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Amanda Knox writes about suffering a prison flashback panic attack that was triggered by a kidney infection

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Amanda Knox writes about suffering a prison flashback panic attack that was triggered by a kidney infection

  • In her latest column for the West Seattle Herald, Amanda Knox writes about how she suffered a ‘baby panic attack’ during a recent kidney infection
  • She says the physical pain brought back psychological scars suffered during her nearly four years behind bars in an Italian prison 
  • Knox was initially convicted in the 2007 murder of her British roommate in Italy, but was acquitted and released in 2011 
  • She now lives and works in Seattle, Washington  

Amanda Knox has written about the time she recently suffered a case of PTSD induced by a kidney infection. 

The 28-year-old who spent almost four years in an Italian prison after being convicted in the murder of her British roommate while studying abroad, detailed her ‘baby panic attack’ in her latest column for the West Seattle…

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